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Technology has made buildings less climate-friendly: but we can look back in time for solutions
People enjoy the water while container ships park near the El Ain El Sokhna port before entering the Suez Canal, Egypt, 25 September 2020. Reuters/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
#FestiveTogether: Joining in wishing you all a blessed festive season
#BehindtheMask: Architectural entrepreneur Gilbert Balinda
Tools of the water stewardship trade - a global perspective
African nations mend and make do as China tightens Belt and Road
Namibia to host virtual 2021 Africa Water and Sanitation Week
We can't afford to just build greener. We must build less
#StartupStory: Osmotic Engineering Group on driving infrastructure development in Africa
FBW Group completes Rwanda's University of Global Health Equity masterplan
Manni Group Design Award: Ghana Innovation Farm open for entries
Cities and climate change: why low-rise buildings are the future - not skyscrapers
More jobs to be gained by energy transition than lost - Irena, ILO
First 500 documents the achievements of Black women architects
Get ready for the invasion of smart building technologies following Covid-19
Aecom launches 2021/22 Africa Property & Construction Cost Guide
China will no longer build overseas coal power plants - what energy projects will it invest in instead?
Crystal Ventures to invest $200m in Congo Republic industrial park
Align your brand with cutting edge trends
How IPPs can be effectively leveraged in the African power generation landscape
Why real estate investors can make a real difference to climate change
World Architecture Festival Awards announces 2021 shortlist
#BizTrends2021: 3 major trends in the commercial property space in Africa
August #WomensMonth made possible by the Intercare Group
UN Security Council backs AU bid to broker Ethiopia dam deal
Côte d'Ivoire's Noël N'guessan wins 2021 Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation
Ecomimicry: the nature-inspired approach to design that could be the antidote to urban 'blandscapes'
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Australia's Fortescue in talks on giant Congo hydro project
Big irrigation projects in Africa have failed to deliver. What's needed next


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